4740 Dacoma Street, Ste A
Houston, TX 77092
Phone: 713-637-4933
Fax: 713-583-4453

Our Story


Funeral Service in Texas and America is changing as attitudes regarding what families value change. Ideas and trends we are responding to are: The number of people choosing cremation is rising rapidly. The desire to spend large amounts of money for expensive caskets and other merchandise is lessening. The coming together of community is more important than ever. Breaking bread with friends and family after the service is comforting and gracious. Cemetery space is becoming more expensive, as is the cost of opening and closing graves and the selection of monuments. Focusing money and effort during this difficult time is better done surrounded by a community of believers that care. Every person, from the most privileged to the least fortunate should be able to have a service that places each of us equal in the sight of God. 


These are the values we believe in and have found to be important to both families and places of worship, especially in large cities. We feel this is the future of funeral service in metropolitan areas, and our primary mission is to assist families through houses of God. 


Our mission is to help build the Kingdom of God by encouraging and facilitating sacred church funerals as an initiative of the church through pastoral care. 


Our vision is to be a tool of the Holy Spirit to encourage people to return to sacred places for funerals filled with faith and hope, providing the opportunity to witness to many former or less engaged members and thus to a closer relationship with God, Church and brothers and sisters in their worship community. 


Being available to the places of worship allows them to offer funeral consultants who will know and honor the church or synagogue's requests and styles, freeing them to witness to families by providing exemplary pastoral care to all.  This in turn, will offer each family the opportunity to memorialize their loved one in an affordable and respectful manner regardless of economic status, while also placing primary contact and consultation with the families of funeral processes with the house of worship.